South Africa made five changes in their playing XI in the fourth and final Test of the Basil D’ Oliveira Trophy against England. England have already won the series 2-0. South Africa were displaced by India in the ICC Test ranking after England defeated them by seven wickets. Stuart Broad rips apart South Africa taking five wickets.
In the last match, James Taylor, who is short leg expert, took two stunning catches and caught the attention of cricket fans across the world.
In the last match, he took a brilliant catch of Hashim Amla off the delivery of Stuart Broad and the second one of Dane Vilas, who had to come to join the South African team after Quinton De Kock was injured, was caught at the short leg of the delivery of Steven Finn. South Africa all out for their second lowest total of 2015-16 cricketing year. In Nagpur Test, they were all-out for 79 and now against England they all out for 87.
However, Taylor in Centurion Test today took another stunning catch at the short leg of Dane Elgar off the delivery of Moin Ali. South Africa lost their first wicket 35 runs. Elgar scored 20.
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